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If it’s a surprise that many Latinos are moving from a predominantly Roman Catholic culture to an originally Arab faith, perhaps it shouldn’t be. For one thing, like African-Americans in the 1960s, Latinos are discovering their own historical and cultural ties to Islam and the Arab world. And that starts with what most defines Latinos: Spanish.

“Our language is nurtured by more than 4,000 words that come from Arabic,” says Wilfredo Ruiz, a Puerto Rican-born Muslim who converted a decade ago and is a lawyer for the South Florida chapter of the Council of American-Islamic Relations. “Every word in Spanish that starts with ‘al,’ for example, like alcalde, alcantarilla, almohada.”

That’s because Arab Muslims ruled Spain for some 800 years during the Middle Ages – and made the Iberian Peninsula one of the most advanced civilizations of its time. A millennium later, Ruiz says that past is an inescapable part of the Hispanic DNA.

The American Muslim Association of North America, based in North Miami, says heavily Hispanic South Florida in particular is home to a rising number of Latino Muslims.

“What most Latinos who have embraced Islam find most amazing is their cultural affinity to the Muslim culture,” says Ruiz. “It’s like rediscovering your past. That area of our past has been hidden from us.”

Ruiz points out that both Latinos and Arabs highly value the extended family and traditions like offering hospitality to strangers. In religious terms, Latinos like Gonzalez say Islam provides a simpler, more direct form of worship than Catholicism does. They also feel more structure than they see in the evangelical churches so many Latinos join today.


“The connection I have with God now is better than before,” says Gonzalez.

Yet many take comfort in the overlap between Catholicism and Islam. Muslims, for example, venerate the Virgin Mary as well as Jesus, at least as a prophet.

“At the beginning when I was reading the Koran I said, “Oh, [Muslims] believe in the hereafter, in angels,’” says Liliana Parodi, a Peruvian-American surgical technician in Miami who converted 24 years ago. “You know, it’s not so much difference.”

Latino Muslim leaders from around the United States gathered in Houston, Texas, for the opening of IslamInSpanish, a spacious, state-of-the-art community centre. As children bounced around in an inflatable castle, hundreds sat under an awning decorated with flags from across Latin America, listening to community elders describe just how historic this occasion was for Latino Muslim history.

In the late 1980s, the Alianza Islamica was launched in East Harlem, by a cluster of Puerto Rican converts. The Alianza had an activist mission, providing social services and neighborhood security.

The next Hispanic Muslim community to form appeared in the early 2000s in Union City, New Jersey - a city that according to the Census Bureau is 85 percent Hispanic. Since 2002, the North Hudson Islamic Education Center has been sponsoring an annual Hispanic Muslim day, a street fair where residents are invited to meet with local Hispanic Muslims and to hear Muslim scholars from Latin America.

One feature that these communities have in common is an adulation of Muslim Spain, and a claim that in embracing Islam, Hispanics are reclaiming the history of "Al-Andalus" that was stripped from them by slavery and imperialism. The Islamic centre in Houston also has a "return to roots" narrative.

According to organizations like WhyIslam.org, Latinos are one of the fastest growing segments of the Muslim community. About six percent of U.S. Muslims are now Latino – and as many as a fifth of new converts to Islam nationwide are Latino.

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This sermon was delivered on the Ninth Day of Dhul Hijjah 10 A.H. in the 'Uranah valley of Mount Arafat' (in Mecca).
After praising, and thanking Allah Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) said:
"O People,lend me an attentive ear, for I know not whether after this year, I shall ever be amongst you again. Therefore listen to what I am saying to you very carefully and TAKE THESE WORDS TO THOSE WHO COULD NOT BE PRESENT HERE TODAY.

O People, just as you regard this month, this day, this city as Sacred, so regard the life and property of every Muslim as a sacred trust. Return the goods entrusted to you to their rightful owners.Hurt no one so that no one may hurt you.
Remember that you will indeed meet your LORD, and that HE will indeed reckon your deeds.
ALLAH has forbidden you to take usury (interest), therefore all interest obligation shall henceforth be waived. Your capital, however, is yours to keep. You will neither inflict nor suffer any inequity.
Allah has Judged that there shall be no interest and that all the interest due to Abbas ibn 'Abd'al Muttalib (Prophet's uncle) shall henceforth be waived...

Beware of Satan, for the safety of your religion. He has lost all hope that he will ever be able to lead you astray in big things, so beware of following him in small things.

O People, it is true that you have certain rights with regard to your women, but they also have rights over you. Remember that you have taken them as your wives only under Allah's trust and with His permission.
If they abide by your right then to them belongs the right to be fed and clothed in kindness. Do treat your women well and be kind to them for they are your partners and committed helpers.
And it is your right that they do not make friends with any one of whom you do not approve, as well as never to be unchaste.

O People, listen to me in earnest, worship ALLAH, say your five daily prayers (Salah), fast during the month of Ramadan, and give your wealth in Zakat. Perform Hajj if you can afford to.

All mankind is from Adam and Eve, an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab; also a white has no superiority over black nor a black has any superiority over white except by piety and good action. Learn that every Muslim is a brother to every Muslim and that the Muslims constitute one brotherhood.
Nothing shall be legitimate to a Muslim which belongs to a fellow Muslim unless it was given freely and willingly. Do not, therefore, do injustice to yourselves.

Remember, one day you will appear before ALLAH and answer your deeds. So beware, do not stray from the path of righteousness after I am gone.

O People, NO PROPHET OR APOSTLE WILL COME AFTER ME AND NO NEW FAITH WILL BE BORN.
Reason well, therefore, O People, and understand words which I convey to you.
I leave behind me two things, the QURAN and my example, the SUNNAH and if you follow these you will never go astray.

All those who listen to me shall pass on my words to others and those to others again; and may the last ones understand my words better than those who listen to me directly. Be my witness, O ALLAH, that I have conveyed your message to your people".
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Ramadan night prayers in Morraco

When the month of Ramadan begins, Muslims enter into a period of discipline and worship: fasting during the day, and praying throughout the day and night. During Ramadan, special evening prayers are conducted during which long portions of the Qur'an are recited. These special prayers are known as taraweeh.
Day 27 – The Night of Power
Laylat al Qadr, also known as the Night of Power, celebrates the revelation of the Quran’s first verses to the Islamic prophet Muhammad. It is an exceptionally significant event for Muslims around the world, and prayers and good deeds done on this night are considered to be of greater value than at other times.
This night is also known as the ‘Night of Destiny’ when many believe their fate for the following year is determined. Therefore, it is especially important for Muslims to pray for forgiveness and blessings on this night, and many will pray throughout the night – some even stay in the mosque for the whole of the last ten days of Ramadan so as not to miss this time.
There are different opinions about the date for Laylat al-Qadr but, in general, it is agreed that it is most likely to fall during the last 10 nights of Ramadan, with the odd nights being more likely. Of the odd nights, the night of the 27th (which is the night before the 27th of Ramadan, as the Islamic day starts with nightfall) is most likely, according to many Muslim scholars.
It is also believed that the angels spend this night in constant journey between heaven and earth, dispensing peace and blessings on believers as they pray.
How to Pray


1. During Laylat al Qadr, Muslims are seeking God with real focus. Pray that God will miraculously reveal Himself to them in dreams and visions.
2. Many Muslims are seeking forgiveness for their sins on this night.

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The United States of America--one of the greatest countries built by the greatest founders that established a great system of law from the greatest teachers including the greatest of teachers--Muhammad. This country exalted his name by including his image in one of the greatest places--the Supreme Court. The greatest kings of his time glorified him, for example the Christian King of Abyssinia, the Jewish king of Yemen, and all the Christian Arab kings followed him regardless of him not being royalty and only by his letter. This letter was not imposing by force nor by threat. These kings followed and believed him because of the proof of their Holy Scriptures (Torah and Gospel).

An example of these instances was with the Coptic King of Egypt. He exalted Muhammad (peace be upon him) by offering him the best of what he had--the daughter of a priest (Maria) to become a servant/slave for Muhammad, but rather, Muhammad glorified this gift and honored the king by marrying Maria instead of making her a slave. This story circulates back to the greatest grandfather--Abraham (peace be upon him). In reference to Gen 20:6-8, the king of Egypt, to satisfy Abraham and Sarah and please God, he offered Abraham the princess, Hajar, to become his slave. Similarly, Abraham glorified his gift and had her become his wife as mentioned in Gen 16: 3.

Because Abraham migrated from Ur (Iraq)Gen15:7. to the Palestinian wilderness, he owned nothing but his own tent. He bought a well for seven sheep and that location in the wilderness of Palestine became named Beir Saba' (Seven sheep)Gen21:29-34,22:9,26:33-34. All his children including Isaac and Jacob lived in this location without ever owning anything. They all moved to Egypt because of good living according to Gen 46. There, they lived as slaves Gen15: 13-17. When they lived Palestine, they did not own any of it. When they lived in Egypt, they did not own any of it. When they lived by the Euphrates, they did not own any of it, as well.

Only through Abraham (peace be upon him), all nations will be blessed Gen 12:2-3 and 18:18-19. Muhammad (Shiloh) in Gen 49:10 was the first and only to unite the ten tribes between the Euphrates and the Nile in Gen 15: 18-21. And all of the relatives of Abraham (maternal and paternal and direct offspring) are all recognized today as Muslims which include these ten tribes and the six children of Keturah, the third wife of Abraham (peace be upon him) as mentioned in Gen 25: 1-4. And the ten lost Israeli tribes, Habakook 3: 7, are now situation in present day Afghanistan. The followers of Muhammad today count from 1.5 billion from various nations, tribes, colors, races, from all over the world. The golden time of the relationship between Jews and Muslims was during Islamic Spain (Andalusia).

The children of Levi migrated to the Arabian Peninsula awaiting a prophet from Arabia as mentioned in Isaiah 21: 13-17 and the only unlettered prophet as stated in Isaiah 29: 11-12 and his name being Mahmad as in Hagai 2: 6-9. They were waiting for the prophet that would establish the Kindom of God as in Daniel 2: 44, and with him will be ten thousand saints to open Makka in 630 A.D. Det 33:2 and this prophet will be coming from Mekka as mentioned in Psalms 84:1-7. They were looking for the prophet that would establish a pure society that had never been established before in Isaiah 42: 1-21. He was the only one that was offered the highest of gifts, royalty, wealth, and other various worldly temptations, and yet, he rejected them all. He did not differ from the prophets before him, he was also a shepard and easily rejected worldly temptations and died peacefully and poor leaving behind teachings and the Quran. For anyone that would like to learn more about him, the resources are endless and available considering he was one of the greatest teachers in the world.

Footnote: ANY ONE NEED INFORMATION PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWIONG BOOKS: 1. "A Deadling Misunderstanding:A Congressman's Quest to Bridge the Muslim-Christian Divide" By former Congressman Mark Siljander. 2. "The Prophet Muhammad the Last Messanger in the Bible" by Kais Al-Kalby

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Bismillah Al-Rahman Al-Raheem,
In order to understand the history of the Torah and how the scriptures were collected, it must be clarified that the Torah itself was the revelation that was brought to Moses in Sinai for forty years and these chapters include: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. The following scriptures assembled after these chapters is called the Book of the Prophets. The combination of the Torah and the Book of the Prophets is known as the Old Testament according to the Christian faith; and Tanakh according to the Jewish faith. In order to completely assemble the Old Testament, it took 950 years, the Book of the Prophets (collection of the prophethoods until Jesus).

Beginning with Surat al-A'Araf verse: 157, "Those who follow the Messenger, the unlettered Prophet, whom they find mentioned in the Torah and Gospel--for he commands them what is just and forbids them what is evil, etc.)


The Jews were waiting for the guided prophet mentioned in the Torah to guide, unify, and strengthen the people and rule justly with divine law freely from Roman rule. The signs and attributes from Allah for this prophet were made clear in the Torah. He was mentioned through previous prophets and signs to look for in the coming of this Prophet and it was understood that this messenger may or may not be from the Jewish tribes. This Messenger, according to the ayah, is the messenger that is mentioned in Isaiah 42. This prophet is also the 'illiterate' mentioned in Isaiah 29 11-12. This last prophet is understood to be more than just 'illiterate'. The origin of the word "ummi" from Hebrew also meant Gentiles, which meant, not from the Children of Israel. Therefore, all the description of the of the Prophet in the Torah suit only the Prophet Muhammad as unlettered and from the Gentiles. Examples including Deutronomy 18:18 coming from Paran as mentioned in Genesis 21:21, and also being blessed in Genesis 17:20, and open Paran in Deutronomy 33:2 with 10,000 companions. All of these verses come from the Torah and before the Book of the Prophets and their description of the Prophet.

The People of Israel (Jews) were subject to torture, oppression, and injustices from various kingdoms (Egyptians, Babylonians, Assyrians, Romans etc.) and their primary anticipation was the arrival of this prophet. They have known his name and his characteristics thoroughly. Riots and rebellions began from the Jews and the strongest rebellion that resulted in the truest parts of their missions was led by the famous Judah al-Makabi (followers by the name of Makabiyans) in 165 BC. This religious rebellion succeeded by expelling the Romans from Jerusalem for only three full years, and eventually fell back into Roman rule.

This was the beginning of a new hatred and tension from the Romans toward the Jews. The Jews put their trust for dependance and support of the Persians and meanwhile, the Persians used the Jews as an asset to weaken Roman rule as insiders to their kingdom. The Jews thank the Persians for their appreciation of the Jews specifically, King Cyrus, who brought the Jews back to Jerusalem after 50 years captivity of the Babylonians that began in 587 BC and helped rebuild the temple in Jerusalem. King Cyrus' advisor, Prophet Daniel, guided him to the teaching of Allah and Daniel provided him to marry the Jew, Esther. When he died, she became Queen Esther.

What was the reason behind all the tension between the Jews and Romans? The Jews had been anticipating a prophet (unlettered) that would come and remove/demolish the Roman occupation as mentioned in Daniel 7 and Daniel 2: 44. After the death of Judah Al-Makabi, the Romans were on guard and cautious of whether the Jews would revolt again. Due to the oppression and strict lives the Jews were living under the Roman rule, Jewish religious practices, hopes, and piety started to decrease which led to corruption in the Jewish community (political, religious, social, etc). The righteous among them started to depart from the corruption--moving to caves--in isolation and only the corrupt in the community remained. The Jews were still active in trying to remove the Romans regardless of who was there to aid them as preparation for the rule of the Messiah/ or Prophet.

Within this corrupt society, there was a minority, the family of Umran--Zakariah's family (pious with no political involvement). The story of Zakariah is mentioned in Sura Maryam and Surat Al-Imran. The mother of Maryam (Mary), Hanna, widowed and pregnant with Mary, was short-numbered in running the house of worship. The story of Maryam (Mary) can be found in Surat Maryam. After explaining this environment and context, it can be understood what kind of community Jesus was born in. The Jewish community did not regard or pay any attention to the teachings of Jesus, but Allah supported and guided his teachings as proof as a messenger and prophet. Regardless of his teachings, they did not care, they did not acknowledge them because he would curse the writers of the Torah and the wicked which was frequently mentioned in the New Testament such as found in Matthew 6, 2: " Therefore when you do a charitable deed, do not sound strumpet before you as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets…". Also in Matthew 12, 34 and John 8:44.

In order to get them to believe in Allah again, increase in diseases and illnesses became of them--not just disease and illness but specific and designated illnesses that are specifically remedied with the permission of Allah. These conditions included, blindness, deafness, muteness, and leprosy. Every single one of them can only be cured by the WILL of Allah. Jesus was the means to which these conditions would be cured, by Allah's Will. Because the blessings of Jesus were so immense, anyone that Allah willed to be cured, would approach him, and if Allah did not will someone to be cured, they never approached Jesus. All of this is tied to the Wisdom of Allah and His Wisdom is not to be debated. The commonality of the conditions were brought as a sign to bring the people back to Allah through Jesus as a reminder of the blessings of the senses and how they are supposed to be used for the sake of Allah.

As for the one occurrence of raising the dead, was proof of resurrection and the Day of Judgement for those who disbelieved in such.

Secondly, the event of blowing into bird-shaped mud and it turning into a living bird, was a message showing the existence of the soul for those who disbelieved in such. This was to show that man was created from mud, will die and return to dirt, and again will be resurrected the same way they were created.

Lastly, what was mentioned in Sura Al-Imran aya 49: " …and I declare to you what ye eat, what ye store in your houses. Surely therein is a sign for you if ye did believe."

Jesus tells the Jews that Allah knows what they eat although they preach eating the Kosher diet, and what is in the homes of Rabbis that speak of righteouness while consuming all of the charity for themselves.

The message of Allah about these cures is that Allah can cure anytime any condition if He wills, and that He will resurrect the dead and that there is an afterlife and reckon with everyone and their physical senses, belief in the soul with the miracle of the bird, and that Allah knows all of the unseen and nothing is unknown to Him from even the insides of people's homes.



During the time of Jesus, the righteous rabbis that took care of the temple made an announcement that they would meet on the Sabbath and bring Jesus to assess him. He answered every single question in detail including the questions even the rabbis did not know the answers to. They told him, "You are a true prophet and are supported by Allah and we have a request. Because you have support from Allah, why not become king to overcome the Romans with full support from the community." Jesus responded in Surat As-saf ayah 6: "And remember, Jesus, the son of Mary, said, " O Children of Israel! I am the messenger of Allah sent to you confirming the Torah which came before me, and giving glad tidings of a messenger to come after me, whose name shall be Ahmad…" Because the Jews, including Jesus, already knew that Muhammad was coming, when Jesus mentioned the name 'Ahmed', meaning "the Highest Praiser" which was also another name of Muhammad to fit his description, it was to emphasize the importance of his coming. That 'Ahmad' is the designated one to end Roman rule. The name Ahmed was mentioned in the Gospel John 16:12-15 in the Greek, 'Paraclete' which later derived to the Syriac 'Ahmad' which meant 'praised'. Because the leaders understood that Jesus was not the one to end Roman rule, it was assumed that there was no reason in changing the current lifestyle until the arrival of Muhammad who will end Roman rule. This news led to an uproar. This event is also mentioned in John 1:19-27 and Luke 7 12-20. John the Baptist was also awaiting the Prophet Muhammad. Many of the followers of John the Baptists name their children names similar to Muhammad such as Hamed. Luke 12:14 Jesus denies to be a judge and divider. John 8:41-45 they didn't like Jesus.

Allah mentions addressing to the Companions of the Prophet Muhammad as support towards Muhammad like the disciples of Jesus, in Surat As-Saf: 14, " O ye who believe! Be ye helpers of Allah: as said Jesus the son of Mary to the Disciples, "Who will be my helpers to the work of Allah?" Said the Disciples, 'We are Allah's helpers!' and a portion of the Children of Israel believed and a portion disbelieved."



Jesus addressed to his disciples to follow Muhammad in John 14: 16, 25-26, 30, 15: 26-27, 16: 5-14 where he addresses the coming of the Comforter (Paraclete) and the message and divine guidance to come after Jesus. He describes a man that will speak not from himself (but as revelation) bringing teachings for people and speaking with respect of Jesus.



The uproar about Muhammad coming to conquer Rome spread. The news spread enough eventually to reach Roman knowledge. When the Romans heard the news they sought out who brought this information--Jesus. According to Islamic sources and as found in Al-Nisa'i, narrated by Ibn Abbas and Ibn Kathir that during the time of the Romans summoning Jesus and his disciples, Jesus met amongst his disciples and discussed with them. Jesus said to his students, "Allah is going to raise me to heaven. Allah told me that He will raise me to heaven. Who volunteers to be my simulacrum (stand-in/look-a-like) and companion in heaven?" He asked them this question as a test for their dedication to the religion while he is raised to heaven. One of the youngest volunteered and Jesus asked him to sit down and the young man volunteered two more times and Jesus asked him to sit down and selected one of them and said, "You will be that man".

Because this narration was by Ibn Abbas, it is widely understood that he was educated under the Prophet Muhammad(pbuh) and that the original message of a simulacrum of Jesus came from the Prophet Muhammad and that his narration was a teaching from Ibn Abbas. He interpreted the story of Jesus as his own statement and that at this point it is understood that there are no traitors among the disciples as Allah mentions in the Quran in Surat Al-Maidah: 11, " And behold, I inspired the Disciples to have faith in me and mine messenger; They said, "We have faith, and do thou (Jesus) bear witness that we bow to Allah as Muslims."

This narration is commonly interpreted by scholars that the one who was crucified was Judah al-Askharyuti and although I affirmed this interpretation in my book, The Prophet Muhammad the Last Messenger in the Bible, it should be known that we were all mistaken in this case. This interpretation was influenced and tainted by Christian tradition. Every person makes mistakes in writing because that is a trait of humans, but Allah does not make mistakes. On the contrary, the Quran proves that the disciples of Jesus were not only truthful but also inspired by Allah therefore, not a traitor was amongst them as also mentioned in Surat As-Saf: 14, " O ye who believe! Be ye helpers of Allah: as said Jesus the son of Mary to the Disciples, " Who will be my helpers to (the work of) Allah?" Said the Disciples, " We are Allah's helpers!" Then a portion of the Children of Israel believed and a portion disbelieved: but we gave power to those who believed against their enemies, and they became the ones that prevailed". These verses align with the narration of Ibn Abbas. The narration alone only proves that Jesus asked and chose a person to be his simulacrum but what happened after were only theories and analysis.

In 1945, lost Gospels and Scriptures, were discovered in Egypt and more than 50,000 documents were found. Among them were Gospels that were used by Christians in previous times. When Constantinople in 312 AD became Christian, before that, there were many Gospels available. By the time Constantinople converted and introduced the Trinity, they rejected these bibles. One of them included the Gospel of Judah and this quote is found:

"Knowing that Judas was reflecting upon something that was exalted, Jesus said to him, “Step away from the others and I shall tell you the mysteries of the kingdom. It is possible for you to reach it, but you will grieve a great deal. [36] For someone else will replace you…"

(As found in the Gospel of Judas)

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Anything after that is just history and cannot be discussed because we do not have any source for it. From the beginning of Jewish history, people have claimed to be the Messiah, there were multiple people in jail because of the claims of removing the Romans.



Now understanding the context, the Romans summoned all the disciples and interrogated them one by one checking their names without lying and they said "one of you is a liar, one of you has to be Jesus" so they brought in Jewish witnesses to check their names and make sure none of them was Jesus but all of the witnesses pointed to someone and said, "He looks like Jesus" referring to Judah. The Romans said they wanted Jesus, where is Jesus, students and jews alike responded that he raised to Heaven, he is no longer on earth. They released them and sought out Jesus not understanding how to deal with the situation about Muhammad coming to finish Roman rule. They figured since having several in jail claiming to be the Messiah, all liars, they brought one asking are you the messiah? are you certain? are you going to destroy Roman rule? and if we crucified you? when they put him on the cross, he cried, as found in Matthew "Why have you forsaken me?" and did the same for the others in the prison and some denied messiahship, etc. None of the Disciples were witnesses to these crucifixions mentioned and dispersed after they were released. The Jews that were against Jesus were in alliance with the Romans and made a consensus to announce that they killed Jesus as mentioned Surat Al-Nisa 156-157, " That they rejected faith; that they uttered against Mary a grave false charge. That they said (in boast), 'We killed Christ Jesus the son of Mary, the messenger of Allah' but they killed him not, nor crucified him. Only a likeness of that was shown to them and those who differ therein are full of doubts, with no (certain) knowledge. But only conjecture to follow, for of a surety they killed him not". The rumor of the crucifixion of Jesus resulted as a very successful piece of propaganda. Because Jesus was a known figure in the community due to the news of this Prophet, it was big news to spread and manifest quickly especially with no Jesus in person as proof. But according to Proverbs 21:18 " The wicked is a ransom for the righteous; and the faithless cometh in the stead of the upright". In this case Jesus would not have been crucified as a righteous man, and was replaced by someone else--a sinner. This is also reaffirmed in Psalm 34: 21-22.

In conclusion, the Prophet Muhammad was the awaited Prophet in the Bible. Jesus is not God, nor the son of God and was not crucified. Humans must remove themselves from his racial, color, language, culture, history in order to accept the truth and follow the truth to be at peace with the Creator through Islam.

Footnote:ANY ONE NEED INFORMATION PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING BOOKS:
1."A Deadling Misunderstanding:A Congressman's Quest to Bridge the Muslim-Christian Divide" By former Congressman Mark Siljander. 2. "The Prophet Muhammad the Last Messenger in the Bible" by Kais Al-Kalby

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Putting people against the wall does not solve your current issues that you might have or might inherited from your pre successor. It can in a long run permanently put you and your nation into a hole.

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Islamic Masjid or Mosque in U.S.A. for the most of the states please follow the link:  Masjid Directory U.S.A

Islamic Masjid or Mosque in U.S.A. for the state of Alabama, District of Colmbia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Missouri & North Carolina, please follow the list info. on this page bellow:



Masjid in Alabama, U.S.A. : Want to add your an address in this directory? send a email following the format bellow at : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or  click here

Mobile Islamic Center
Address: 1559 Duval Street
City: Mobile
State or Province: Alabama
Zip or Postal Code: 36605
Country: USA
Telephone: n/a
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Dothan Islamic Center
Address: 211 Jeff St.
City: Dothan
State or Province: Alabama
Zip or Postal Code: 36303
Country: USA
Telephone: n/a
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Masjid Qasim Bilal El-Amin
Address: 2425 Lark St.
City: Montgomery
State or Province: Alabama
Zip or Postal Code: 36108
Country: USA
Telephone: n/a
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Tuskegee Masjid
Address: 408 Adam Street
City: Tuskegee
State or Province: Alabama
Zip or Postal Code: 36088
Country: USA
Telephone: n/a
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Masjid Muhammad No. 69
Address: 3424 26th Street North
City: Birmingham
State or Province: Alabama
Zip or Postal Code: 35207
Country: USA
Telephone: n/a
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Islamic Center
Address: 1310 1/2 First Avenue
City: Opelika
State or Province: Alabama
Zip or Postal Code: 36801
Country: USA
Telephone: n/a
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Islamic Soc. of Mobile
Address: 5463 Moffat Road
City: Mobile
State or Province: Alabama
Zip or Postal Code: 36618
Country: USA
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Islamic Center
Address: 600W 15th Street
City: Anniston
State or Province: Alabama
Zip or Postal Code: 36202
Country: USA
Telephone: n/a
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Tusaloosa Islamic Cen.
Address: 728 22nd Avenue
City: Tuscaloosa
State or Province: Alabama
Zip or Postal Code: USA
Country: 35401
Telephone: USA
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The Islamic Academy of Alabama (IAA)
Address: 1810 25th Court Sout
City: Homewood
State or Province: Alabama
Zip or Postal Code: 35209
Country: USA
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Birmingham Mosque
Address: 1534 19th Street
City: Birmingham
State or Province: Alabama
Zip or Postal Code: 35205
Country: USA
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Dothan Islamic Center
Address: 211 Jeff Street
City: Dothan
State or Province: Alabama
Zip or Postal Code: 35204
Country: USA
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Masjid in Massachusetts, U.S.A. : Want to add your an address in this directory? send a email following the format bellow at : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or  click here

ISLAMIC CENTER OF BOSTON
Address: 126 BOSTON POST ROAD
City: WAYLAND
State or Province: Massachusetts
Zip or Postal Code: 01778
Country: USA
Telephone: 508-358-5885
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ISLAMIC CENTER OF BURLINGTON
Address: 120 CAMBRIDGE ST
City: BURLINGTON
State or Province: Massachusetts
Zip or Postal Code: 01803
Country: USA
Telephone: 781-229-0336
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ISLAMIC CENTER OF NEW ENGLAND
Address: 470 SOUTH ST
City: QUINCY
State or Province: Massachusetts
Zip or Postal Code: 02169
Country: USA
Telephone: 617-479-8341
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AICP
Address: 41 MARBLE ST PO BOX 31
City: REVERE
State or Province: Massachusetts
Zip or Postal Code: 02151
Country: USA
Telephone: 781-284-6540
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BOSTON ISLAMIC CTR
Address: 3381 WASHINGTON ST
City: JAMAICA PLAIN
State or Province: Massachusetts
Zip or Postal Code: 02130
Country: USA
Telephone: 617-522-1881
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MASJID AL QURAN
Address: 35 INTERVALE ST
City: DORCHESTER
State or Province: Massachusetts
Zip or Postal Code: 02121
Country: USA
Telephone: 617-445-8070
Website:

ISLAMIC SOCIETY OF BOSTON
Address: 204 PROSPECT ST
City: CAMBRIDGE
State or Province: Massachusetts
Zip or Postal Code: 02139
Country: USA
Telephone: 617-876-3546
Website:

MOSQUE FOR PRAISING OF ALLAH
Address: 724 SHAWMUT AVE
City: ROXBURY
State or Province: Massachusetts
Zip or Postal Code: 02119
Country: USA
Telephone: 617-442-2805
Website:


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West Pine Islamic Center
Address: 3843 W Pine Mall Blvd
City: St Louis
State or Province: Missouri
Zip or Postal Code: 63108
Country: USA
Telephone: 314 531 8646
Website: http://www.stlislam.org/masjid.cfm?id=10
 

Masjid-al-Qooba
Address: 1925 Allen Ave
City: St Louis
State or Province: Missouri
Zip or Postal Code: 63104
Country: USA
Telephone: 314-771-3548
Website: http://www.stlislam.org/masjid.cfm?id=7
 

Islamic Institute of Learning
Address: 5388 Geraldine Ave
City: St Louis
State or Province: Missouri
Zip or Postal Code: 63115
Country: USA
Telephone: 314-261-3000
Website: http://www.stlislam.org/masjid.cfm?id=5
 

Masjid Muminoon
Address: 1434 N. Grand Blvd
City: St Louis
State or Province: Missouri
Zip or Postal Code: 63106
Country: USA
Telephone: 314 531-5414
Website: http://www.stlislam.org/masjid.cfm?id=8
 

Dur Al-Salam
Address: 517 Wiedman Rd.
City: Ballwin
State or Province: Missouri
Zip or Postal Code: 63011
Country: USA
Telephone: 636-394-7878
Website:


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North Raleigh Masjid
Address: 8480 Garvey Dr
City: Raleigh
State or Province: North Carolina
Zip or Postal Code: 27616
Country: USA
Telephone:
Website: http://northraleighmasjid1.org
 

Islamic Association of Cary
Address: 1076 W Chatham Street
City: Cary
State or Province: North Carolina
Zip or Postal Code: 275111
Country: USA
Telephone: 919-460-6496
Website: http://www.Carymasjid.org
 

Shaw University Mosque
Address: 122 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
City: Raleigh
State or Province: North Carolina
Zip or Postal Code: 27601
Country: USA
Telephone:
Website: http://shawuniversitymosque.org
 

Masjid Omar Ibn Sayyd
Address: 2700 Muchison Road
City: Fayetteville
State or Province: North Carolina
Zip or Postal Code: 28303
Country: USA
Telephone:
Website:

Islamic Center of Charlotte
Address: 1700 Progress Lane
City: Charlotte
State or Province: North Carolina
Zip or Postal Code: 28205
Country: USA
Telephone: (704)537-1577
Website: http://www.ncmuslim.org
 

Islamic Association of Raleigh
Address: 3020 Ligon St.
City: Raleigh
State or Province: North Carolina
Zip or Postal Code: 27607
Country: USA
Telephone: 919-834-9572
Website: http://www.islam1.org